A guide to study our internal clock

Cutting-edge and practical, Circadian Clocks: Methods and Protocols is a valuable book for any researcher interested in learning more about this developing field. Steven Brown from the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology (UZH) is the editor of […]

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What Tapping The Mobile Can Tell

Mobile phones have become an integral part of our 24/7 society. From a health scientific perspective, they represent at the same time a potential negative influence but also a unique opportunity to gather big data. […]


Recent Publications by ZNZ Members

Read here about recent papers published by members of the Neuroscience Center Zurich. Improving intraoperative evoked potentials at short latency by a novel neuro-stimulation technology with delayed return dischargeClin Neurophysiol. 2021 Apr 7;S1388-2457(21)00495-8.doi: 10.1016/j.clinph.2021.02.396. Online ahead of […]


Antagonizing the Protein Aggregation

The 10th Annual Les Turner Symposium on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) featured presentations from leading clinicians and researchers in the field. In her presentation, Magdalini Polymendiou from the Department of Quantitative Biomedicine (UZH), presented research […]

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New Perspectives on Language

Where does our ability to communicate come from? How does language develop and how do we pass it on from generation to generation? The National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) Evolving Language, established last […]

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How Does Empathy Feel Like on Opioids?

When prescription opioids are used over a longer period for medical or non-medical purposes, it can have consequences on brain and behavior. Sara Kroll and Boris Quednow from the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of […]


Can Computers Understand Cognition?

Valerio Mante from the Institute of Neuroinformatics (UZH) was an invited speaker at the Neurotheory seminar series. It is a collaborative effort between current and former labs at the University of Oxford to study theoretical […]

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When Memory Becomes a Burden

A violent assault or a car accident – traumatic events in the past could affect your present and future health. They can trigger emotional and even physical reactions that make you more prone to a […]